DJDS - "I Don't Love You" (Singles Going Steady)

DJDS' "I Don't Love You" is quite reminiscent of the sound that made Moby famous.

John Bergstrom: From their upcoming sophomore album. With the earnest, repeated sample, the simple arrangements and the emo chords, it is quite reminiscent of the sound that made Moby famous. So it's come back around, then. Not a bad thing. [7/10]

Dustin Ragucos: As an interlude piece to a record, DJDS' "I Don't Love You" might manage well with its motivation. As a standalone piece, the song escalates to bare minimums, taking little in the way of risks and leaving those wanting for something akin to the Avalanches' "Since I Left You" disappointed. [5/10]

Jedd Beaudoin: What’s the point? You can just repeat patterns over and over and over and over and over and over. Me too. And I don’t love you either. [1/10]

SCORE: 4.33

The Cigarette: A Political History (By the Book)

Sarah Milov's The Cigarette restores politics to its rightful place in the tale of tobacco's rise and fall, illustrating America's continuing battles over corporate influence, individual responsibility, collective choice, and the scope of governmental power. Enjoy this excerpt from Chapter 5. "Inventing the Nonsmoker".

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